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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 15, THIS PAGE FIVE f Hundrods of People Hare ua Their Only Help READ THIS LETTER of SMidar SeiiSS.1 Toronto T.ll. II. Cured Himi.lf kluunulUM MM Slat'id for All the world lovM I tight- er, And In M. johnlon, is ncntloneil as the'new minister of 1'ub. jj ROID, Oct., lit, "for a long time. I hire thought of writing you regarding wlmt I term a most reratrUable cure effected by Tour remedy I suffered troni RheUttlktUm, especially in my. I have spent a lot of money without any goodrwults. I hovetaken "1'ruil- for j8 months now, and am pleased to tell you that I cured, All the enlargement has not left my hand! and perhaps never will, but the (orenem is all gone and I cull do anv kind of I have gained 35 In 18 R. A. WAUGII Rlimmatlsm is no longer thedreaded disease it oticti wad. KlleunlfttUnl is no loncer one the "incurable his proved its marvellous, powers over Rheu- matism, in fact, over lill such diacascs winch rtriie from Home derangement of stomach, bowels, kidueys or akin, Histories of Manitoba's New Ministry free TH03. H.. JOHNHON Public tloii. Afterward ho spent' n number Of years In Minnesota; graduatlni; trohi flustimis 'Adolphiw University. (toturulne to Manitoba, lie entered We law office of lllclmrds He wan called to tlio bar in anil formed with Hothwell. It wan promIneiit nontloneu us the new minuter oi run. o. .1. 11 iok WurhH for province member of the f WA Qjtjij Johnson. Orst'tjxniIMICI Iboao. donating powers ;'wlilch havu brought him to thti ,th.u imbllO uir. jviiiiuuu always .strongly advocated compuisory und. has chalnplonM those advanced prlu- cliilcn ot government promulgated ur the Liberals In thin tirovlhoe during recent years. lie has spoken vory. strongly on direct legislation- and Io- nian suffrage, and wan a' fearless critic of thci management of tho.lliiuor traffic by the ftoblln administration. He became especially prominent In this Walter rcmw.t by his strong de- nunciations In the legislature of the "clubs ot Hint class." Thomas 11. Johnson IB n progressive, fearless, and ml outspoken -opponent of all that savors or graft ami malad- ministration. ins auch a man; His IcgiifiAtive'ciireer bcgnii iii 191.17, he Wfeated ex. Mayor Thbinat Bhiirce in tlie constltu. ency of West Previous to this lie had had aduiinlitrAtivo once as a tha Winnipeg school bpard on wliloh body h vory valuable Work for when Mr. Johnaoa. erittred House he found jilehtjr of work out out for him. tlie. ohlXUHlOli niieded just eiich vlioroun three years had paaM, Mr' After NotrlB oh'Jseu of 'seu uai and by that 'Sir.' Johnson hail round himself to n.: large extent. He had mastered the history of leglsln- tlon In the province to a reranrkaMe degt'ee, and had' also beiionie wonder- fully conversant i with jiarlianieatarj- practice. He at once 'became Mr. Nor- ris' right hand 'and with the greatest fearlessness he kttacked those redoubtable adversaries; Roblin, Rog- ers and the others, on every possible occasion. So well Informed bad Mr. lohnson become, so keen was his per- ception of the -weaknesses tlie In- consistencies of .the .members of the government that 'he noon became i veritable thorn in .the side Of the cab- Inet. lie drew .'down on himself the dlBtlnct dlsapprcfcatlon ot the prem- ier, who more than 'jnce made threats that he would, li'alltlcally i speaklnB. trample Mr. Johnaqn In the, mud. irainpiu 'Fnilt-i-tivcs" it told by Ml dealers cvef Mr. JoliMon'-had the .faculty ,of at soc. a bor, 6 for trial size, 2jc. or sent postpaid on receipt at price by Frtiit-a-tiycs Umited, Ottawa. ALBERT B. HUDSON Who Is Mentioned New Attorney Ceherll for Manitoba Albert Blellpck Hudson, Man- itoba's prospective new Attorney-Roll- eral is a member ot the Winnipeg law firm Of rtudsou, Marlatt. at Pembroke, 'Ont., on This year more -families are seeing the country on Tractions than ever before The use of "The Master Tire" means that the car is a long way from the dust nuisance, annoying punctures, fears of skidding and heavy costs of tire upkeep. These things are never in the minds of Dunlop Traction Tread users. DUNLOP TIRE RUBBER GOODS CO., Limited HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO BRANCHES IN LEADING CITIES ,r Tl... lo, Motor Truclu, Rubber and G.n.r.l Rubber CANDIDATES IN ONTARIO NAMED Slmcoe, Out. .May Hugh thnes, Iv.C., was chosen as Conserva- tive candidate for to oppose lion, W. A. Cbarltbn, in the next Do- minion election. Hardy II Candidate Brockvllle, -d'ht.. May C. Hardy( son of the late Hoii. A. .3. Jtardy, premier of Ontario, nom- inated as Liberal candidate for the newly-constructed riding of Leeds, in the Federal House. Hon. G. P. Gra- ham .was nominated, but declined. Edwardi Named Kingston, Qnt., May J, Ed- wards, M.P., was unanimously nomin- ated as Conservative candidate for Frontenac. August the SOU of Albert and retaining his foot with the utmost Ban K Ellabeth Hudson.' He was educated at oitoS.d presented when replying to a, political opponent. ill thi last general election .eonclsflj but none Dor of the house. The speaker I educational thinkers in the jirovmcej remarkably good no attomnl at phrase-maklng or A native of Kdinhurgh, Scotland, the scat had- a Conscna __._ t...... iutt'1 tin cf.rrmffhnld. MANUFACTURER DIES Indianapolis, Ind., May David 1. Parry, founder of the National Manufacturers' association, Mi Btown has had conaider- see fit to discuss He his wel met-'ihle experience in public life Be has itid preierment that his parts I never had urn actual paiiliamentarv has assumed the rams 01 government 'eioirieiicp In I'JOb ho Mas ihosui to During all his long donneclion with lead Oie then weak and boiuCHliut di ics he has irtamcd ,-in unsullied iirgjnucfl Liberal opposition Ho led attnr. ami icputation I the Liheral Idrces in the election oi ----------------------------------I Mr Winklei born ill 1107, and during SPECIAL Sated of "public anairs anJl vcn abl> iriti iV FAHKK in the admmiHrntion pirticulaiH IJM 1 AUKS district the financial administration of the hold ipou the plOMncc Hi. had also been a caiuiiditc toi the legislature in 1'IOJ On both llios- occasions he .loiwstcd Portage, In Frame sut i inainbt lion Ililgh In NOW- ON FROM. ALL DtloMin, ulmber te.Tifci of IlillO, noUnnt, daunted, Mr Broviu IN AtBEflTA -Education Wrtfcl.o h id M that time become .1 resi B ___" dpntoi tonteslcil the South I f rwl......o'nass To SAN FRANCISCO EXPOSITION All Routes The Power Behind the Tractor lies in the fuel. If yours .is a gasoline tractor, use PREMIER MOTOR GASOLINE Every drop of Premier Gasoline becomes power, It is a homogeneous not a mixture; starts quickly; is always uniform, and makes carburetor adjust- ments unnecessary. Premier costs Jess than some other gasolines but no better ..gasoline is made. It gives you greater power at smaller cost. SILVER STAR ENGINE KEROSENE Recomifiended by all leading maiiufao tureis of kerosene tractors. powerful. Clean. Branch Stations Throughout the Dominion THE IMPERIAL OiL COMPANY Limited OR B. THORNTON Atade in Canada ;